On Thu, 19 Nov 1998, Thomas G. Lockhart wrote:
> > 2) The tests for char, varchar, select_implicit, select_having and
> > rules fail when locale is enabled, and pass when locale is disabled.
> > This is due to character comparisons being case insensitive when
> > locale is enabled. I don't think this is the correct behaviour. I'd
> > appreciate any hint on where to look to investigate this further.
"character comparisons being case insensitive"? It is a problem in your
locale, not in the comparison code (I hope). There is no such thing as
"case-insensitive strcoll", and I just used strcoll in varlena.c.
The same problem popped up many times among linux users. Just install
correct locale - and all will run well. There are test programs in
src/test/locale, look carefully. If you can - supply test data for your
(It looks like my messages to pgsql-*(at)postgresql(dot)org are usually dropped to
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other lists I am on).
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